Archive for Thursday, June 5, 2014

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Sidewalk pianos tempt players in downtown Emporia
June 5, 2014
Anyone itching to make a little music could head to downtown Emporia, where a dozen specially decorated pianos have been placed along several blocks of sidewalks.
Tornado derails train cars in NE Kansas
June 5, 2014
Crews are moving 52 empty coal cars away from tracks in northeast Kansas after they were derailed by a tornado.
Chieftain girls open new era under Hall
June 5, 2014
For the first time since 2002, the Tonganoxie High girls basketball program is under new leadership. But, for most of this year’s Chieftain squad, the changing of the guard doesn’t include an unfamiliar face.
New Kansas law cuts off party switching in July
June 5, 2014
Kansas voters will have less time to switch parties before the Aug. 5 primary election because of a new law championed by the state Republican Party.
Tonganoxie area fairly calm on severe weather day
June 5, 2014
Tonganoxie City firefighters were called out for storm spotting this morning, but firefighters haven’t been called out for any weather-related damage.
Leavenworth County law enforcement officials run for Special Olympics
June 5, 2014
Nearly 70 Leavenworth County law enforcement officials from various agencies ran Tuesday in the Special Olympics Torch Run through parts of Lansing and Leavenworth.
Several northeast Kansas counties in severe thunderstorm watch
June 5, 2014
Several area counties are in severe thunderstorm watches today.
Welded creations: Local artist joins WyCo Museum exhibit
June 5, 2014
At age 83, Harold Leible is starting to realize that he might be something of an artist.